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Miss Delia Sutton went to Lin
(leorge Foreman, sr., went to
R. A. Stone and family ent
Sunday at Lincoln.
Joe Armstrong was in Lincoln
on business Tuesday.
A. J. Foreman was in Havelock
Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. J. P. Rouse was a capital
city visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hart were in Lin
coln on business Friday.
Mrs. R. A. Stone and children
were in Lincoln Wednesday.
Albert Foreman was a passeng
er Monday to Hurwell, Neb.
Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick re
turned Friday from Lincoln.
J. V. Baker and family visited
relatives near Hethany Sunday.
F. H. Caudy has moved into the
Hucknell house in West Alvo.
Able Prouty and son, Fred,
were Lincoln visitors Friday.
Uncle George Foster is visiting
with relatives for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Whitney
were in Lincoln Tuesday on busi
ness. Mrs. Dan McCurdy is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. F. M. Grove,
T. N. Bobbilt went to Tekamah
Friday to visit his son, William
Karl Bennett and sister, Mrs.
George Foreman, jr., went to Lin
Mr. and Mrs. Murly returned
Munday from their visit at. Clay
Mrs. Etta Mower of Lincoln
visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Shaffer.
Harry Appleman came down
from Lincoln Monday to attend
to farm duties.
Mrs. Orville OuelhorsL and son
and Mrs. Mart Mickle were shop
ping in Lincoln Tuesday.
Charles Godby and family at
tended the I. (). 0. F. banquet at
Flmwood Friday evening.
Miss Violet Ough came down
Friday from Lincoln, visiting with
relatives until Sunday evening.
Mrs. Alex Skiles and daughter,
Mrs. Joe Prouty and little daugh
ter, were Lincoln visitors Tues
day. Miss Katie Hanson of .New
Bedford, Illinois, came in Sunday
to visit her sister, Mrs. F. H.
Mrs. Joe Armstrong and Mrs.
J (Special Correspondence.) 4
Marshall is some
Mr. and Mrs
baby is sick.
Marshall is very
sick this week.
started to school.
Miss Gussie llohani is very sick
Mr. (iillner and John Comically
have gone into partnership.
Miss Edith Howard is teaching
Miss Wilkins' room this week.
There have been a number of
converts at the meetings this
Mrs. Louis Shelter and Mrs.
Harvey Coleman were Omaha
visitors last Saturday.
A. D. Welton is having the
lumber shed for the Farmers'
Lumber and Feed company re
paired. Rev. Oscar Whitefield Reynolds
and wife and Rev. TUilfum attend
ed the bishops' meeting at Lin
coln. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Imtterlleld last Sunday morning.
Mother and son are gelling along
Miss Wilkins returned from
Sioux City Tuesday evening, where
she had been called by the death
of her mother.
Miss Luella Armstrong is quite
ill wilh scarlet fever. The young
boys of the family are now staying
with their grandmother.
Miss Wilkins received word of
the death of her mother last Fri
day. This was quite a shuck, as
Qffc ITT The Season for Cyclones and de
' structive wind storms is at hand!
$1.50 per year. It is not wise for
take it for you at such a low rate.
Fire Insurance at lowest rates
Tor long term policies.
Coates' Block J. P. FALTER,
Will Be Received at the Druj Store
Liza Craig visited Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Barrett near Greenwood
Ed Stroemer and Sam Jordan
left Thursday for Hot Springs,
Arkansas, to be gone about a
Charles Anderson returned to
his home at Litchfield, Neb., the
first of the week, after visiting for
several days with his father-in-law,
Mr. Hansen and family.
Sam Cashner went to Omaha
Tuesday morning, returning home
August Johnson and family
visited Sunday with Earl Judkins
and family near Eagle.
Miss Ethel Reed of Stratton,
Neb., came in Sunday to visit her
aunt', Mrs. A. I. Bird.
The last number of the lecture
course was given in Alvo hall
Tuesday evening to an ap
W. E. Newkirk returned from
Litchfield, Neb., Tuesday evening,
where he organized a Homestead
in the Brotherhood of American
Yeomen last week.
Among the Lincoln students
who spent Sunday with home folks
were the Misses Pearl Keefer,
Gladys Appleman and Messrs.
Dale Boyles and Joe Foreman.
Mrs. Mont Baldwin and children
came down from University Place
Friday, and Grandma Stone re
turned home with Inr Saturday
morning, remaining until Tues
Mrs. L. E. Bobbilt of University
Plane came down last Wednesday
to visit home folks. She was ac
companied by her Grandma Fore,
man, who spent the winter with
Mrs. Arville Linch.
Mrs. Bina Kitzcl enleriained at
dinner Sunday the iim'iiiImts of her
son, Bert's, Sunday schcol class.
Oilier guests present were Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Stone and sou and
Mrs. E. M. Stone entertained
the pupils of Miss Carr's room
Friday evening in honor of their
teacher's birthday. Miss Carr
was thoroughly surprised and all
spent a very jolly evening.
George Foreman, jr., has so im
proved that he has been taken
from SI. Elizabeth's hospital at
Lincoln to the home of his sister,
Mrs. L. E. Bobbilt, at University
Place. It is hoped that he may
soon recover sufficiently to be
brought to his home.
she did not know her mother was
The High school baseball team
will play against Waverly a week
from Friday afternoon. Admis
sion 10 and IT) cents.. Ice cream
and lemonade sold on the side.
On account of the fact that
diphtheria and scarlet fever, two
very contagious diseases, are in
town, no public drinking cups will
be allowed at the school after this
and each one must bring their
While Mr. Dalliy and family
were on Iheir way to the moun
tains they slopped at Oxford all
night and their car took fire dur
ing the night and burned. F.d
Montgomery went through here
Tuesday morning with a new car
II. F. Chios witnessed the ball
game this afternoon between
Omaha and Des Moines.
The Best Flour in the
Market. Sold by all
Are you protected? I will write cy
clone insurance for 75 cents per hundred
term or live years. 1 hat means
you can carry $1,000 insurance for
you to take the risk when others will
on stocks and dwellings. Special rates
-Big Lace Curtain Special!-
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We are going to close out all short lines of Lace Curtains. These have been our best sellers and it
gives you a splendid chance to get Curtains that are worth a great deal more than we are asking you for
them. This big curtain reduction sale
Commences THURSDAY, May 2nd,
and you will find all Curtains listed below are a little the best you ever saw for the price we ask for them:
4 pairs White Lace Curtains, sold at $7.50 per pair -t0 Ef
at this Sale .... Jp.OU
pair Cream Lace Curtains sold at $6.50 at $2.98
Come Early While the Picking is Good!
vHM H-J-M' H-HH !-H
Miss Lola Vitt visited friends at
Frank Xigalman spent last Fri
day at Omaha.
Miss Rose Worth went to
Weeping Water Sunday.
Miss Mary Hier of Lincoln spent
Sunday wilh relatives here.
Charles Suavely of Alvo was in
town last Friday afternoon.
Miss Mela Neilzel of Omaha
visited with relatives here last
A daughter was born lo Mr. and
Mrs. Ivy McCrory last Thursday,
Mrs. John (Justin and daughter,
Grace, were shopping in Omaha
Mrs. William Rush and daugh
ter, Mary, visited relatives in Lin
Miss Orayce Lawlon and friend
attended a C. K. social at Wabash
Miss Thorpe and Ida Gehrts
spent Sunday at the Amgwerl
home near Wabash.
Herman Schweppe and Miss
Lydia Reickman were married last
Mrs. John Schwin and Miss
Nora Eveland were shopping in
Omaha last Wednesday.
Misses Martha and Selma
Ilranckle were guests of Miss Ma
thilda Uornemier on Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Coin and children,
Xoami and Merle, were passeng
ers lo Lincoln Tuesday on No. 13.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuehn
visited over Sunday with Rudolph
Kuehn and family south of Alvo.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tool and
daughter, Mary, left, Sunday for a
short visit with relatives at Akley,
Mrs. F.dna Jones and Mrs. Edith
Jumper attended the funeral of
an aunt at Ashland Sunday afler
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Jumper enler
iained Frhart fioehry and lady
friend at supper last Wednesday
Al Uauer and wife and firandpii
and Grandma Heall attended Odd
Fellows lodge at Klinwood last
Mr. ami Mrs. Orville Heall are
the proud and happy parents of a
11-pound baby girl, whose birth
day will co'me on April 20.
Mr. and Mrs. John Amgwerl and
daughter, Maivel, drove to Alvo
lasl Saturday afternoon, visiting
over Sunday wilh C. F. Hile and
A baby boy was born lo Mr. and
Mrs. Kd Thimgan on Monday
night. Mother and little one are
doing nicely and Kd well, we
4 pairs White Net Curtains, sold
at this Sale
2 pairs White Lace Curtains, sold
at this Sale
3.25 at 1.98
3.00 at 1.75
2.00 at 1.19
2.50 at 1.38
3.00 at 1.75
1.50 at .98
6.50 at 3.48
DOVEY & SON,
think he will recover.
A whist party was given at the
(ioehry home Monday night in
honor of their son, Krhart, who
leaves Friday to enter the navy
for another four-year course. The
evening was very pleasantly pass,
ed playing whist and listening to
music. A dainty lunch was served
consisting of ice cream and
Leroy Thacker, Walertown, S.
!., says: "I suffered Willi rheu
matism for over 8 years, and it
seemed al limes I would go crazy
wilh pain. Three bottle of Foley
Kidney Pills cured my rheumatism
and I gladly recommend them."
For sale by F. (1. Fricke & Co.
Here's an Offer You
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets rem
edy stomach troubles by aiding
nature lo supply the elements the
absence of which in the gastric
juices causes indigestion and
dyspepsia. They aid the stom
ach to digest food and to quickly
convert it into rich red blood and
material necessary for overcom
ing natural body waste.
Carry a package of Royal Dys
pepsia Tablets in your vest pocket
or keep them in your room. Take
one after each heavy meal and
prove our assertion that indiges
tion will not hoi her you.
We know what Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets are and what they will do.
We guarantee them to relieve in
digestion and dyspepsia. If they
fail we will refund your money.
Three sizes: 25 cents, 50 cents,
and $1.00. Remember, you can
obtain Rexall Remedies only at
our store The Rexall Store. F.
(!. Fricke & Co., Union Hlock.
A healthy man is a king In his
own right; an unhealthy man an
unnappy salve. lor impure
blood and sluggish liver, use Hur
dock Hlood Hitters. On the mar
kel 35 years. $1.00 a bottle.
Live Stock Dealer
is ready to make you the most liberal
offer on anything you have for sale in
the stock line.
Get His Prices Before Selling
at $7.50 per pair
at $5.00 per pair
" " .75 at .48
" " ' 2.50 at .98
White Irish Point, worth.... 8.00 at 2.50
" Battenberg Net, worth 9.00 at 2.98
" Irish Point, worth 6.00 at 2.50
" Brussells Net, worth... 6.75 at 2.50
" Battenberg Net, worth 5.00 at 1.98
GOLE BROTHER'S BIG
Not Only Is the Small Boy Happy,
but There Are Older Persons
Who Feel the Same Way. .
That lime honored yet magical
"are you going to the
is Hie query most f re
heard these days upon
every hand, both in Ihis cily and
by people for miles out into I he
surrounding country. The world
famed Cole Urothers United
shows are responsible for the
question, arrangements having
been completed for I hem to ex
hibit Saturday, May i, afternoon
and evening, in IMaltsmouth. The
small boy and girl are cor
respondingly happy and it goes
without saying thai their elders
have the day marked on the culen
dar, too. Fresh from their
triumphs abroad, the Cole Hrol ti
ers have greatly augmented their
shows in every department. This
season their spread of canvas
covers an aera of about nine acres
and vhen erected the biir lent
affords comfortable accommoda
tions for 12,000 persons. Over-
capping the three big rings, three
elevated stages and vast hippo
drome track is a veritable maze of
trapeze riggings, bars, rings,
ropes and apparatus upon which
daunt less queens and kings of the
air twice daily defy death in
entertaining the thousands of
patrons. Over 300 men, women,
children and educated animals are
employed in Hie presentation of
the astounding program. From
the first lo the last number, net
follows act in rapid succession
and with such precision and skill
SHOW HERE SATURDAY
Latest Patterns in Arabian and White!
Lace Curtains, Curtain Scrims plain and with
bordered curtain draperies. Also, a lot of odd cur
tains. Call and see them.
ZUCKWEILE R& LUTZ
" " 2.75;at 1.48
3.00 at 1.75
as can only be found in Cole
Hi'otbers United .Shows. Through
out the performance as many as
fifteen separate features are
simultaneously presented on the
ground or in the air and one is
kept right busy in watching the
myriad of wonders. An important,
'department, free lo all who at
tend the big show, is I he triple
menagerie which is unquestion
ably the largest and most com
plete (raveling zoo known. The
mammoth tent in which this is
exhibited is filled wilh rare and
costly specimens of animal life
from all quarters of the globe,
captured and, shipped direct to
these shows by Messrs. Cole's
own special agent. A visit to Hie
display will prove of far more in
terest and educational value than
a lour of the best known zoo
logical garden in Ibis country or
Mutulated Hatt's Auto.
Some villianous fellow lasl
Tuesday night, wilh a club or
other hard implement, made an
attack on John Halt's auto while
it, stood in front of Halt & Son's
store and smashed hid.li lamps
and broke in the patent leather
Mrs. L. F. Trimpe was a pas
senger lo Omaha on the fast mail
8 Miles South of Plattsmouth
(the Old Martin Farm)
has installed a Saw Mill on his place,
and Is prepared to furnish hard lum
ber of all kinds, posts and chunk
ftaTAll orders promptly filled, and
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